Hi and welcome M.
The ability to intermittently feed with a long break of many hours between eating windows is an excellent skill in the tool kit. But it may lead to not eating enough nutritious food.
Many newbies take the approach to reach satiety first and feeling regularly and repeatedly not hungry before adding in time restricted feeding. So they focus on getting and staying in nutritional ketosis by eating very low carb as the main lever. So well done on getting there with time restricted feeding within 2 months. For many the adaptation process is longer.
Often young ladies do not feed them-self enough to lose body fat.
That is the key. Losing body fat. Not losing body weight. That makes the body weight scales a poor tool. Unless they have electronic impedance measurement that might give a rough idea of body fat percentage.
I will predict many of the answers from experienced female keto people that appear below this one will be about feeding yourself enough in the context of giving your body enough nutrients and nutrient density to switch on the body fat loss.
There will be questions about more details on what you are actually eating. For example, the yoghurt, do you have the container nutrition label to share? People will ask why you are eating chia seeds as they could be the source of your belly bloating. Which actual berries are you eating and what are the portion sizes?
Unfortunately males seem to lose body fat more easily with a ketogenic diet. This is due to the magnificent complexity of female physiology.
There will be questions about your thyroid hormone status, iron status and how much you exercise, as the keto detectives try to help you sort it out.
Here come the answers…